Big Game Treestands Swivel-Action Shooting Bench
Money well spent!
I bought this without being able to see it in person first, I knew I wanted a bench and needed it in a few days so shopping around wasn't an option. I looked at a few other models online but this one seemed to have the same features and positive reviews without the expense. It showed up fast to my door step and assembled with ease. I took it out that weekend and instantly fell in love with it. It is sturdy when sitting in it and the swivel feature is perfect. My shooting partner was also sold on it, he is 6'4" and 230 lbs. It supported the weight and worked great even for a tall person.
April 22, 2011
While the rest of my hunting party were trying to set up their $500.00 Caldwells and RCBS benches, I was shooting. Very easy setup and mobile. It could use a bag/case.
April 28, 2011
poor quality control
The basic design of this table is good. The bottom half is rock solid and the seat is okay.
but and this is a big “BUT” they do not know how to weld thin tubing and expanded metal and keep it flat and square. The expanded metal top looks like a wash board one space is up 3/8” and the next space is down ¼” and the whole table top has a ¼” bow in the middle. Too much welding in one place at a time will over heat the tubing and cause it to warp.
Aside from poor quality control this could be a good table.
December 10, 2012
Gift from Wife
It was RUSTING around the edges right out of the box. The paint was scratched, marred and rubbed off in areas on almost all of the pieces. The mesh table-top is VERY badly warped, so when you rest your arms on it, the top moves down then back up with a loud pop noise.
It is not very portable at the measured 44.6 pounds (not the advertised 39 lbs!) and it's very, very awkward to carry.
BassPro shipped it to my house in the original box with no additional packing at all, which probably added to the overall poor shape of the parts. I would like to give Bass Pro Shipping Dept. One Star as well!
The gun-rest feature is worthless as it is too far forward to properly place a guns forearm on it. The mechanism to firm up the table-top wobble is over engineered, adds weight and is unnecessary because the entire bench wobbles and shakes.
December 5, 2013